Asia Policy 16
Asia Policy 16 features a roundtable on Himalayan water security; an essay on building a new type of relationship between China and the United States; articles on the modernization of China’s nuclear missile force, strategies to improve U.S.-China military ties, and the evolution of China’s and Taiwan’s cross-strait policies; and a book review roundtable on Alexander Cooley’s Great Games, Local Rules: The New Great Power Contest in Central Asia.
China’s Transition to a More Credible Nuclear Deterrent: Implications and Challenges for the United States
Expanding Contacts to Enhance Durability: A Strategy for Improving U.S.-China Military-to-Military Relations
Book Review Roundtable
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